SKM Urges Farmers to Take Care of Their Crops and Produce Along With the Movement

With the protests and mahapanchayats there are also several steps being taken to make the state machineries to listen to the protesting farmers.

Samyukta Kisan Morcha organised a joint meeting on March 1, 2021 to plan a joint program of action with all the Central Trade Unions that have expressed their support and solidarity to the ongoing farmers’ movement. Along with the planning of the expansion and strengthening of the movement the SKM urged farmers to refrain from destroying their crops which have been raised with their sweat and blood toil. leaders urged all farmers to take care of their crops and produce as well as the movement.

On February 27, 2021 SKM organised a Jan Sabha in Thakurdwara of Moradabad, UP. In Lakhimpur Kheri, protesting farmers took over the stage of a state government minister. In its press note the SKM noted that the month of March will witness numerous mahapanchayats all over India. Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Telangana, West Bengal, Odisha and other states are expected to have their own mahapanchayats. SKM leaders reached Rudrapur in Uttarakhand to address a very large gathering of farmers. Participating farmers were invited to join the protest sites and clinch victory for the struggle.

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SKM Leaders in Uttarakhand

Also read: Ground Report: How the Farmers Protests are Intensifying in Punjab

Families of twenty martyrs from Uttarakhand received financial support of one lakh rupees each, from Baba Gurmit Singh Dera Kar Sewa Shahbad and Bhai Sardar Randhir Singh Sangat Trust Uttarakhand. 

With the protests and mahapanchayats there are also several steps being taken to make the state machineries to listen to the protesting farmers. One of such steps was taken by Rashtriya Sewa Dal which has submitted a Memorandum to Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari. In this memorandum which was signed by 6.75 lakh signatories the RSD has demanded the repeal of the three farm laws passed by the central government and to legalise MSP. 

 

 

 

 

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